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Texas vs. Kansas Game Time, Spread, Channel, Announcers

Texas TE Cade Brewer celebrates a touchdown reception.

AUSTIN, TX - NOVEMBER 11: Cade Brewer #80 of the Texas Longhorns catches a pass for a touchdown in the second quarter against the Kansas Jayhawks at Darrell K Royal-Texas Memorial Stadium on November 11, 2017 in Austin, Texas. (Photo by Tim Warner/Getty Images)

Texas is on the outside-looking-in in regards to the College Football Playoff. Losses to playoff hopefuls LSU and Oklahoma might've been enough to eliminate the Longhorns from contention.

But that doesn't mean Texas is out of the Big-12 title race. If the Longhorns can keep winning, they'll likely meet up with Sooners once again in the conference's title game later this year. But first thing's first — Texas has to beat Kansas on Saturday.

The Jayhawks are aren't as bad as they've been in recent years. But they're still just 2-4 and have three-straight losses heading into Saturday's game.

Kansas has had two weeks to prepare for this one, meaning Les Miles will most likely have something flashy dialed up. But as long as Tom Herman's squad stays disciplined, this game should be over in the first quarter.

Here's all the details for Saturday's Texas-Kansas game:

Game Time: 7 p.m. ET

Channel: Longhorn Network

Spread: Texas -21

Over/Under: 62.5

Announcers: Lowell Galindo, Ahmad Brooks

Texas is a whopping 21-point favorite for Saturday's game. The Longhorns are looking to bounce back in a big way after their loss to Oklahoma last week in the Red River Showdown. Kansas might be in for a long day.

Texas-Kansas kicks off at 7 p.m. ET on Longhorn Network. Lowell Galindo and Ahmad Brooks are calling the game.